Personal Injury Blog

Windsor Girl Is Walking Again After Being Impaled by Golf Club

A 16-year-old Windsor girl who suffered a brain injury after falling onto a sawed-off golf club during gym class can now walk short distances again, despite doctors’ predictions. Madison Arseneault is walking several steps at a time on her own, even though she has partial paralysis and was previously told by physicians that she would... Read More

Personal Injury Cases Involving Chronic Pain

After a personal injury accident, victims may suffer from chronic pain. While injury victims may be entitled to compensation for the injuries they sustain, pain is difficult to observe and quantify in medical records. Establishing the suffering of chronic pain after an accident can pose a significant challenge in a personal injury claim. If you... Read More

What to Do After a Slip and Fall Accident

Slip and fall accidents are far too common, especially during winter in Ontario. Because these accidents can lead to serious injuries, it is important to know what to do after a slip and fall accident to help protect yourself and your legal right to compensation for your injuries. If you believe your injury was caused... Read More

Windsor Girl Brutally Bitten by Dog

A Windsor girl nearly lost her eye and now has 125 stitches in her face and leg after being attacked by a dog while at a sleepover last weekend. According to the six-year-old’s grandmother, the girl was attacked by what she described as a pit bull on the night of Jan. 6, less than one... Read More

Determining the Value of a Personal Injury Case

Personal injuries can be devastating, often financially, physically and emotionally impacting the victim as well his or her family. This is why personal injury cases allow victims to recover compensation for the damages they have suffered. However, these cases are difficult to put a price on, and many factors play a role in determining how... Read More

Man Charged After Boat Collision with Belle River Break Wall

A man from Caledonia is facing charges after a woman was seriously injured in a boat collision with a break wall at the Belle River marina in Lakeshore Saturday, Nov.11. Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to the incident at about 4:20 p.m. and stated that an 18-foot boat struck the break wall at the Belle... Read More

Tips for Choosing the Right Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have been injured because of someone else’s actions, you need a personal injury lawyer who can help you seek the justice and compensation you deserve. However, the question is: How do you choose the right Windsor personal injury lawyer for your case? When deciding who to hire to handle your case, there are... Read More

Can You Sue the City for Negligence and Personal Injury?

If you are injured on city property or because of city government’s lack of due care, it is possible to sue and obtain considerable compensation. Personal injury lawsuits are not limited to individuals as defendants. They can also include institutions like city governments. If you have been injured as a result of a city or... Read More

How a Pre-Existing Condition Can Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

It is rare that an injury victim is in perfect health when an accident happens. Most people deal with a variety of health issues throughout their life, some of which are minor, while others are major. These conditions are called pre-existing conditions, and they can have an impact on your injury claim. Our accomplished personal... Read More

How Social Media Can Affect Your Personal Injury Claim

Social media has become a prevalent part of most people’s lives. According to Statistics Canada, 76 per cent of Ontarians use social media, more than any other province in Canada. Because of this, it is not surprising that what you share and post on social media could have an effect on your personal injury claim.... Read More